What do flipping greasy hamburgers, cleaning popcorn off of movie theater floors, collecting money at a cash register and dealing with aggravating customers all have in common? Well, they all get combined into a bowl of stressful chaos to create the reality for thousands of teenagers when it comes to part-time jobs.
Think of it as one-stop shopping for everything a healthy, active senior (or one who wants to be or stay that way) needs.
Fitness is always a hot topic when a new year rolls around. A lot of people choose to wait until January to get active and healthy, but several Batavia Park District fitness participants know the importance of staying active all year long.
At my school, I’m a member of a program called A&E. Basically, it’s a group of students that has the opportunity to make our school a better place and go on cool field trips. However, our once-a-month meetings are spent doing what are known as “random acts of kindness.” In other words, we find unexpected ways to brighten someone’s day and bring a little joy to our school, which – like many places – can sometimes be overrun with negativity.
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